(NEWS CENTER) -- In what has to be a record for the current members of the legislature, both the House and Senate voted on and sent to governor -- and he signed -- a bill to temporarily block any person or entity from getting their hands on the names of people in Maine who have permits to carry a concealed weapon.
It all happened in a matter of hours.
We talk with NEWS CENTER analysts Phil Harriman and Ethan Strimling about the politics involved and why this vote happened as quickly as it did.
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